Question about NetGear ProSafe JGS524 (DHJGS524NA)
Posted by Anonymous on
The JGS is an unmanaged switch. It has no settings to configure or reset. When it receives a packet, it might preserve its VLAN tag when forwarding it, but there is no way to configure it to notice or handle VLANs in any particular way.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Netgear JGS524 switch Power is
I suggest that you factory default the switch in case some security settings or Vlan's/STP have been enabled. Turn off Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) if yiu can access the switch. Check that you ahve no loops in the cabling.
Posted on Oct 26, 2010
Create the same VLAN on all the switches that will need this VLAN. All ports that link to another switch should have ALL VLAN's set to tagged.
This one VLAN should not have an IP address on any of your switches. This way it won't get routed by any of your users.
Posted on Apr 25, 2011
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